2/12/09

KDWP news 2/12/09


KDWP TO OFFER SPECIAL SPRING TURKEY HUNTS IN 2009
KDWP FISH INFORMATION NIGHTS PREPARE ANGLERS FOR SPRING
KANSAS WILDLIFE FEDERATION ANNOUNCES CONSERVATION AWARDS
KANSAS STATE PARKS GARNER RECREATION & PARK ASSOCIATION AWARDSCONSERVATION TREE PLANTING PROGRAM OFFERS SPRING SEEDLINGS Read More


KDWP TO OFFER SPECIAL SPRING TURKEY HUNTS IN 2009

Program designed to expand hunting opportunities; most hunts geared toward youthPRATT -- This spring, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) will conduct a number of special turkey hunts on public and private lands, as well as state parks. These hunts will offer a more controlled environment with less crowding than might otherwise ... Read More


KDWP FISH INFORMATION NIGHTS PREPARE ANGLERS FOR SPRING

Fishing prospects, techniques, and locations revealed to anglers who attendPRATT -- To learn how to catch more fish, attend one of several events hosted by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) in late February. Called Fishing Information Nights, the events will feature experts on fishing and focus on fishing prospects, techniques ... Read More


KANSAS WILDLIFE FEDERATION ANNOUNCES CONSERVATION AWARDS

Dave Hilley named Conservationist Of the Year;Tuttle Creek Lake Association earns Conservation Organization awardMANHATTAN -- The Kansas Wildlife Federation (KWF) has announced the winners of the 2008 Conservation Awards Program (CAP) honors. Eleven Kansans and two organizations will be honored for their work on conservation of the state’s nat ... Read More


KANSAS STATE PARKS GARNER RECREATION AND PARK ASSOCIATION AWARDS

Kansas Wildscape and Kansas Park and Recreation Association present awardsPRATT -- Several Kansas state parks and Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) employees received awards at the annual Kansas Recreation and Parks Association (KRPA) Conference held late January in Hutchinson. Charlie Black, executive director of Kansas Wildscape ... Read More


CONSERVATION TREE PLANTING PROGRAM OFFERS SPRING SEEDLINGS

Kansas Forest Service taking orders; shipping begins in MarchMANHATTAN -- The Kansas Forest Service’s Conservation Tree Planting Program offers tree and shrub seedlings, as well as other items for use in conservation plantings. Plantings may function as wildlife habitat, windbreaks, woodlots, timber plantations, Christmas tree farms, or other ... Read More